Minnesota United is doing everything they can to be one of the most well known expansion sides in MLS history - unfortunately it is because they might be the worst team of all time.
Adrian Heath was brought to MNUFC as some sort of "expansion guru" after not entirely failing with Orlando City SC (though he was fired fairly quickly...). Now he says that the MNUFC defense may require a "serious look." And that's all for your "no, duh" articles regarding Minnesota.
In case you didn't hear, Josef Martinez might win the Golden Boot for Atlanta United. He's good and has been lethal around the 18, but after an injury with the Venezuelan national team he may not play in Seattle (phew). So how does ATL replace him?
As MLS has grown the percentage of American and Canadian players has dropped, and it's quite an interesting evolution.
After a 6-0 thrashing of Honduras, the USMNT is carrying some cautious swagger into Panama, and not just because Roman Torres' has threatening hair.
While a lot of players and media have been only vaguely complimentary at best towards former USMNT boss, Jurgen Klinsmann, Bobby Wood says he rescued his career.
Turns out Jordan Morris may not be the lone savior of USMNT soccer. Christian Pulisic is also getting the deity treatment that he deserves.
Outside of S2, there's not much usually to get excited about in the USL, but FC Cincinnati is "Made in Seattle" (or at least their strikers are).
Here's your semi-weekly reminder that former world power AC Milan is in a weird place - the takeover is taking yet another - and, inconceivably, even wilder - twist, because of course it is.
Reasons to hate Manchester United are normally easy to find, so here's another; Neymar. The Red Devils are appear to be ready to pay his release clause at something around €200m. (I'm good with this, but I root for them when I watch the Premier League, not sorry)
You guys.This kit leak. If it's real, what are they thinking? Manchester United should take Photoshop advise from these Leeds supporters; there are plenty of reasons to love and hate this kit design.
Soccer to Watch Today
World Cup Qualifying
2:00am Australia vs United Arab Emirates ESPN3, WatchESPN
4:00am Korea Republic vs Syria ESPN3, WatchESPN
5:00am Iran vs China ESPN3, WatchESPN
1:00pm Bolivia vs Argentina fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español
2:00pm Ecuador vs Colombia beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, beIN SPORTS
2:00pm Honduras vs Costa Rica fuboTV
3:00pm Chile vs Venezuela fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español
4:00pm Trinidad and Tobago vs Mexico beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, Telemundo
5:45pm Brazil vs Paraguay fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español
7:00pm Panama vs USA beIN SPORTS, fuboTV, Telemundo
7:15pm Peru vs Uruguay fuboTV, beIN SPORTS en Español